Spirit Of Africa Lodge
Travel Blogs from Thabazimbi
... time we have spotted a lot of new animal: lions, cheetahs, mongoos, loads of elephants (they often pass by the camp in herds), hartebeests, dik diks, giraffes, turtles, waterbuck, warthogs, rhinos (with the smallest and cutest young rhino I have ever seen) and a lot of other different herbivores. The European bee-eater are common residents here and fly around our car daily which is really beautiful. That was it for today, hope you enjoy the blog and you can post comments any time ...
everything is going very well I hope that it will stay that way when we start
our research. Tomorrow we get an introduction course about how we should behave
in the park (don’t get out of the car and so on..) . Maybe after that we’ll be
able to find the butterfly that is worth 1000 euros (no kiddin’… it’s assumed
to be extinct..). Okay that was about it, if I have internet again I will write
an update J
... we wanted him to react before reacting to any question or situation, he just was not himself for most of the trip.
Luckily he finally relaxed and started to enjoy himself. Hanré spent most of the week-end in the swimming pool and watching movies with ...
Visited with my brother and extended family for the evening. We had to postpone the visit as I had to go and see the psychiatrist/social worker who was appointed to oversee our case. Mixed feelings after visiting her, as it seems she already knows most of the problems, and that she was unhappy about the whole court order business. But the law is the law and it has to follow its course, I suppose.
Considering the bands, it seems rather ridiculous to laze around in the car all day. We did get up briefly, but the shouty anger of a dreadlocked lesbian guitar player was too much to take, as the sun beat down. "Should we set an alarm for later?" 'No.' Thank goodness. It's nice to be at a festival where people don't have a schedule. ...